Recognized by its all-black plumage and distinct "caw-caw" sound, the American Crow is a highly intelligent bird found across North America.
Introduced to North America in the 1890s, these birds are known for their shiny feathers and diverse vocalizations.
Larger than crows, ravens are majestic birds with a wedge-shaped tail and a deep, resonant croaking call.
Known for laying their eggs in other birds' nests, these cowbirds have a sleek black body and a brown head.
Found in marshes and fields, their distinct red and yellow shoulder patches set them apart.
Unique in appearance, Bobolinks have a white back and black underparts, the opposite of most birds.
With striking black and white plumage and a long tail, they're one of the most recognizable birds in the West.
These birds have a long, dark bill, pale yellowish eyes, and a long tail.
Known for their fast and direct flight, Black Swifts are often seen flying high in the sky.
With a preference for perching near water, these birds have a distinctive "fee-bee" call.
This silky-flycatcher is known for its sleek black appearance and distinctive crest.
Found in southern Texas, these birds have a unique bill with horizontal grooves.
These warblers flit around capturing insects and are known for their vibrant coloration.
Often mistaken for ducks, coots have a distinct white bill and are excellent swimmers.